Tracey Emin:
Picture "Believe in Extraordinary" (2014)
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Picture "Believe in Extraordinary" (2014)
Tracey Emin:
Picture "Believe in Extraordinary" (2014)

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limited, 300 copies | numbered | signed | dated | colour lithograph | framed | size 82.2 x 66.2 cm

Product no. IN-817385.R1
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Picture "Believe in Extraordinary" (2014)
Tracey Emin: Picture "Believe in Extraordinary" (2014)

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Picture "Believe in Extraordinary" (2014)

The lithograph "Believe in Extraordinary" was published on the occasion of the participation of British athletes in the first European Games in Baku in 2015. A recurring motif in Emin's oeuvre, a small bird sits on a pomegranate branch, the symbolic fruit cultivated in Azerbaijan.

Original colour lithograph, 2014. Edition: 300 copies, numbered, signed and dated by hand. Motif size/sheet size 80.2 x 64.2 cm. Size in frame 82.2 x 66.2 cm as shown.

About Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin (born in 1963) is one of the best-known British artists and belongs to the generation that caused an international sensation as "Young British Artists" in the 1990s. Her chaotic bed, which she exhibited at the Tate Gallery with the title "My Bed" as a nominee for the Turner Prize, is probably one of the most discussed works by the artist.

Emin's art is always autobiographical and usually deals with the themes of love, sex, death, freedom and the artist's daily life. Her sequence of three lithographs, which includes the sheet "Thinking of you", also testifies to the ongoing exploration of introspection - both emotional and physical.

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